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Mowat Labs Monothematic meeting

 

Wed, Aug, 15th, 2018

Mowat Labs Monothematic meeting: Clinico-pathological Correlation in the Diagnosis and Management of Paediatric Liver and Pancreato-biliary Disorders

King’s College Hospital, London UK

7-8th December 2018

Venue: Fetal Medicine Research Institute

16-20 Windsor Walk, London SE5 8BB, United Kingdom

CPD points: application in progress

Day 1 – Friday 7th December 2018

08:45 - 09:30: Registration and coffee

09:30: Welcome – Dr Maesha Deheragoda and Professor Anil Dhawan, King’s College Hospital, London

Morning session: Interactive case presentations – Paediatric liver disease through the ages

Chairs: Professor Yoh Zen (King’s College Hospitals NHS Trust) and Dr Rachel Brown (University Hospitals Birmingham NHS Trust)

09:45: From bedside to Microscope: Journey of the liver biopsy

Speaker: Dr Rachel Brown, University Hospitals Birmingham NHS Foundation Trust

10:15: Case presentations: Conjugated jaundice and abnormal liver function tests in the neonate, infant and early childhood

Speakers: Dr Eirini Kyrana (Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust) and Professor Yoh Zen (King’s College Hospital NHS Trust)

11:15: Tea break

Chairs: Dr Rosa Miquel (King’s College Hospital) and Dr Eirini Kyrana (Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust)

11:45: Case presentations: Liver disease in the older child and young adult

Speakers: Dr Marianne Samyn and Dr Rosa Miquel, King’s College Hospital, London

12:45: Lunch

Afternoon session: Advances in paediatric liver disease diagnosis: The role of the liver biopsy in the genomics era

Chairs: Professor Richard Thompson (King’s College Hospital) and Professor Milton Finegold (Texas Children’s Hospital)

14:00: Suspected metabolic liver disease – is liver biopsy indicated in the genomics era?

Speaker: Dr Roshni Vara, Evelina Children’s Hospital, London

14:30: Liver pathology in the monogenic non hepatotoxic disorders

Speaker: Dr Maesha Deheragoda, King’s College Hospital, London

14:50: Interactive case presentations: Familial intra-hepatic cholestatic disorders

Speakers: Professor Richard Thompson and Dr Maesha Deheragoda, King’s College Hospital, London

15:50: Tea break

Chairs: Dr Roshni Vara (Evelina Children’s Hospital) and Dr Emer Fitzpatrick (King’s College Hospital)

16:15: Interactive case presentations: Haematological disorders and the liver

Speakers: Dr Emer Fitzpatrick, Dr Sue Height and Dr Maesha Deheragoda, King’s College Hospital

Chair and Introduction: Professor Roger Williams, Institute of Hepatology, London

17:10: The Bernard Portmann state of the art oration: The future of paediatric liver pathology

Speaker: Professor Milton Finegold, Texas Children’s Hospital, USA

18:10: End of day 1

Day 2: Saturday 8th December

Morning session: Clinico-pathological correlation in the management of suspected paediatric liver and pancreatic neoplasia

08:30: Registration and coffee

Chairs: Dr Paola Angelini (Royal Marsden Hospital, London) and Professor Milton Finegold (Texas Children’s Hospital)

09:00: The PHITT trial for malignant liver tumours

Speaker: Dr Paola Angelini, Royal Marsden Hospital

09:30: Pathology of malignant liver tumours – lessons from the PHITT trial

Speaker: Dr Jens Stahlschmidt, Leeds University Teaching Hospitals

10:10: Benign hepatocellular neoplasms

Speaker: Professor Alberto Quaglia, Royal Free Hospital

10:45: Coffee

Chairs: Professor Dino Hadzic and Dr Maesha Deheragoda

11:15: Clinical findings in Post transplant lymphoproliferative disorders following solid organ transplantation

Speaker: Professor Dino Hadzic, King’s College Hospital, London

11:45: Pathology of lymphoproliferative disorders following solid organ transplantation

Speaker: Dr Jon Salisbury, King’s College Hospital, London

12:15: Interactive case presentations: Suspected pancreatic neoplasia in the paediatric patient

Speakers: Dr Tassos Grammatikopoulos and Professor Yoh Zen, King’s College Hospital, London

13:00: Lunch

Afternoon session: Clinico-pathological correlation in the management of paediatric liver and bowel transplantation

Chairs: Professor Anil Dhawan (King’s College Hospital) and Dr Rachel Brown (University Hospitals Birmingham NHS Trust)

13:45: Types of paediatric liver and bowel transplant

Speaker: Professor Nigel Heaton, King’s College Hospital, London

14:20: Short and long term outcomes following paediatric liver transplantation

Speaker: Professor Anil Dhawan, King’s College Hospital, London

14:45: Liver allograft pathology in the short and long term

Speaker: Dr Rosa Miquel, King’s College Hospital, London

15:25: Tea break

Chairs: Dr Maesha Deheragoda and Professor Yoh Zen

15:50: Monitoring the intestinal and multivisceral allograft

Speaker: Dr Jonathan Hind, King’s College Hospital, London

16:20: Bowel allograft pathology in the short and long term

Speaker: Dr Rachel Brown, University Hospitals Birmingham NHS Trust

17:00: Close of meeting and departures

For all registration enquiries, please contact: kch-tr.liverhistoconferences@nhs.net